The Healthcare Industry is Changing Faster than Ever Before

For years it seemed that security concerns would always keep healthcare data out of the cloud. But the cloud
is now wooing hospitals, clinics, and doctors looking for a means to improve efficiency, streamline costs, enhance security and remain HIPAA compliant as they transition from paper to electronic health records.

Today, it's no longer a question of if a healthcare service provider will transition to the cloud but when.

Download our E-Guide "Bridging the Gap Between Healthcare & HIPAA Compliant Cloud Technology" to learn how recent modifications to HIPAA privacy, security, enforcement and breach rules are forcing cloud service providers to be more stringent than ever when it comes to HIPAA compliancy.

If You Like Your Patient Data Privacy, You Can Keep It

Did you know that more healthcare clinics are turning to cloud technology to better secure highly sensitive patient data? As healthcare practices, clinics, and facilities convert all paper medical records to electronic health records; they're discovering that manning an in-house data center is not only expensive but also rampant with security pitfalls. This is a huge red flag in an industry where HIPAA compliancy is a must to avoid heavy penalties.

Download our E-Guide "Service Patients, Not Technology: Achieving HIPAA Compliance & High Level Data Security in the Cloud" and find out why today's cloud is more HIPAA complaint than ever before and deemed to be as safe as online banking. Learn how health service providers are saving money in the cloud and redistributing these funds towards improving patient care.

Cyber Criminals focus on your Patient Data

Cyber criminals know the value of the data you safeguard. Download our E-Guide to see what they are taking.

What You Will Learn From this E-Guide

  • 48% were stolen medical files
  • 48% were stolen billing and insurance records
  • 20% were stolen prescription details
  • 13% were stolen monthly statements
  • 24% were stolen patient billing/payment details
  • 19% were stolen payment details

You can’t afford to be one of the offices in these statistics.

Your in house IT staff has other responsibilities, and can’t monitor the network 24/7.